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Warren is a town in central-western NSW.  It is located on the Oxley Highway about 120 kilometres northwest of Dubbo.  in 2016 Warren had a population of 1,530.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people made up 20.4% of the population.



About the area

Warren is located near the Macquarie Marshes, which is one of the largest semi-permanent wetlands in southeastern Australia. Containing extensive areas of reed, cumbungi, river red gum, coolibah and water couch grasslands.  The Marshes support over 200 bird species.

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In Warren your dollar goes a lot further, giving you greater flexibility to continue your education, send your children to the top schools and universities, and take regular holidays.

Warren is a high demand market for health and medical services. This means that doctors can earn a good income compared to highly competitive and over-supplied city locations.

But it is a low-cost market for housing, with the median price around $119,500 compared to a median price in Sydney of $1.2 million.  



Living in Warren provides doctors and health professionals with access to world leading NSW public school education system at Warren Central School, as well as St Mary's Catholic Primary School.

There is also the Sacred Heart Primary School which provides educational programs from kindergarten to year 6.

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Easy access to metro areas

Feel like getting away for the weekend, or attending a conference?  Warren has you covered!

Warren is a short drive to Dubbo Regional Airport which allows you to transfer to flights to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Newcastle.

From Sydney you can head to holiday at Bondi Beach, or fly to Newcastle and experience the pristine beaches of the mid-North Coast.  Fly to Brisbane and head to the Gold Coast, or enjoy international shopping in Melbourne. 

Warren gives you the opportunity to practice in a bucolic country town with the convenience of accessing Australia's cosmopolitan centres.

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